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Breakfast Seminar – March 5, 2015

Thank you to everyone who attended Smart Commute Pearson Airport Area’s Sustainable Mobility & Healthy Workplaces Breakfast Seminar on March 5, 2015. At Smart Commute Pearson Airport Area we are continually seeking ways to ensure our members are informed with the latest information in helping to promote sustainable transportation solutions at the workplace and beyond.  We hope […]

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What’s Happening

Smart Commute Month 2019 It’s that time of year again! Smart Commute Month is here. Click here for more info.   Transit Shelter Sponsorship for Businesses MiWay has a new program that enables businesses to sponsor a bus shelter in Mississauga. To learn more, click here. Transportation Study for the Pearson Airport Area Unlocking gridlock […]

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New GO Train Service on Milton Line

Today, Metrolinx and the Ministry of Transportation announced that starting January 5, GO Transit is adding one train in the morning and afternoon peak periods that will stop at all stations along the Milton line. The new morning trip will leave Milton at 8:30 a.m. and arrive at Union Station at 9:30 a.m. The new evening trip will leave Union […]

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Employers Honoured at the Eighth Annual Smart Commute Awards

Smart Commute Mississauga’s sustainable transportation leaders gathered at the St. Lawrence Hall in Toronto on Thursday, November 26, 2014 where Smart Commute workplaces were recognized for their outstanding efforts in helping employees explore alternatives to driving to work alone. Congratulations to the City of Mississauga! Congratulations to the City of Mississauga for winning the 2014 Smart […]

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Thank you to everyone who participated in Walktober Month

A total of 414 registered users from across the Greater Toronto Area participated in the Walktober Month campaign from October 1 – 31, 2014 and helped to reduce a grand total of 37,961 kilometers of vehicle travel. Participants also helped reduce 5,633 kilograms of greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) from entering the atmosphere – that’s equivalent to 235 propane cylinders used for […]

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